Tag Archives: Short Film

The Heretic short film | Unity

The Heretic short film | Unity

The Heretic is a short film created by Unity’s Demo Team, written and directed by Veselin Efremov. The film uses every aspect of Unity’s High Definition Rendering Pipeline, features advanced effects created with the VFX Graph, and showcases Demo Team’s first realistic digital human. Read more at https://on.unity.com/36jOXHY Check out …

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Sci-Fi Short Film “Anomaly" | DUST

Sci-Fi Short Film “Anomaly" | DUST

A 1960s space-race drama. “Anomaly” by Dan Difelice & Salomon Ligthelm Subscribe to the DUST Newsletter: https://bit.ly/signal_newsletter #DUST #scifi #shortfilm More About Anomaly: Set against the space-race canvas of the 1960’s, Anomaly is inspired by the traditional Christmas Nativity and explores, through a modern-day lens, the events of two-thousand years …

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CGI Animated Short Film: "Knitcromancer" by Allison Rossi, Becky Seamans, Ida Zhu | CGMeetup

CGI Animated Short Film: "Knitcromancer" by Allison Rossi, Becky Seamans, Ida Zhu | CGMeetup

CGI 3D Animated Short Film: Knitcromancer Animated Short Film by Allison Rossi, Becky Seamans, Ida Zhu at Ringling College of Art and Design. Featured on CGMeetup https://www.cgmeetup.com/project/knitcromancer A Teenage boy named Aiden goes to his grandmother Pearl’s house for the day. When he’s repeatedly rude and ignores Pearl, her knit …

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NO CHOICE (Short Film)

NO CHOICE  (Short Film)

A short film about a kid who loves playing basketball but gets in a little trouble once his brother comes home from jail and convinces him to turn towards the streets and put his hoop dreams on pause. Ivan quickly finds out that the streets don’t love anybody and loses …

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Sci-Fi Short Film “Rise" | DUST

Sci-Fi Short Film “Rise" | DUST

It’s us or them. ‘Rise’ – by David Karlak Subscribe to the DUST Newsletter: https://bit.ly/signal_newsletter #DUST #scifi #shortfilm More About Rise: This is the dark conclusion that humans have reached in David Karlak’s short film “Rise.” In the near future, robots have developed advanced emotional sophistication and their human creators …

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